Galgotias University Student met with a shocking Accident
Dipankar Singh, A 22-year-old student doing his third year in B.Tech course sadly had to say goodbye to his life. The student was returning from the campus in his bike. After attending the classes in Galgotias University, the student was on the way back home in his bike when a truck hurtled into his Apache bike head-on. The student passed away on Wednesday when the accident occurred in Greater Noida.
Ill fate of an ambitious Student
The BTech third-year student ofGalgotias University in Greater Noida was returning home from the campus to his house in Sector Alpha 1 when the unfortunate accident happened near Murshadpur underpass around noon. Dipankar, who is from Kanpur, lived in a rented accommodation in Greater Noida. Madan Pal, a head constable with Eco-Tech 1 police station, said that the student was passing through a stretch that was narrow due to the on-progress road construction work.
"He had attended his classes and was returning on his bike. Road construction work was on near Gautam Budh University, narrowing the stretch. The student was negotiating a turn at the underpass when a speeding truck from the opposite direction rammed the bike head-on," Pal said.
Dipankar was thrown off the bike and suffered serious injuries. His bike, too, was badly damaged. Passersby informed police and took Dipankar to Kailash Hospital, where he was declared brought dead. The Doctors said that the student, Dipankar Singh had suffered a critical head injury and profuse blood loss.
Dipankar's classmates and friends, who reached Kailash Hospital on hearing the news, could not believe their friend was no more and took his body to Yathartha hospital for a re-examination. The doctors there too confirmed Dipankar had passed away. The driver of the truck left the vehicle at the accident spot and fled. "We have registered a case of causing death by negligence under Section 304 (A) of IPC against the truck driver," a police officer said.
Bablu Singh, Dipankar Singh's father is a supervisor in the health department of Kanpur Nagar Nigam. He said he had received information about the accident at 2.10pm. Dipankar's body has been sent for an autopsy and his family has been informed, police said.